Events & Activities

March 01st 6:30pm

Girls Who Code Club

Brookline Village - Computer Lab

Want to learn to build an app, design a video game, and change the world through code?  Girls ...

March 04th 3:00pm

Page Music Lessons: Recital

Brookline Village - Hunneman Hall

A recital for Page Music Lessons students, faculty, friends and family. ...

March 05th 2:00pm

Drama Performance

Coolidge Corner - Meeting Room

6 female students aged 9 – 14 will be performing monologues.  I need an overhead projector to project images of ...

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Meet the Teen Librarian

Robin Brenner

I have been working with teens as a librarian for over fifteen years (and I love it). I read anything and everything, but my taste tends toward speculative science fiction and fantasy. Engaging nonfiction, clever pacing, beautiful language, and a smart sense of humor will catch my attention. All kinds of storytelling — television, film, comics, prose, audio — are appealing and I’m just as likely to gush about TV as I am a book series. I am known around the library for my elaborate shoes. I work with fellow teen librarians nationally in the Young Adult Library Services Association (aka YALSA) creating book lists, selecting award winners, and advocating for teens and teen literature. I am also a national expert on comics and graphic novels (and I wrote a book on Japanese comics, or manga).